During the recent product launch, Johh Deere introduced the new MyJohnDeere Operations Center with intuitive, easy-to-use tools for customers to manage their machinery and develop agronomic insights.
The center allows producers to upload data securely using backup tools or right from the field using JDLink™, and the platform is open, allowing seamless sharing to trusted advisors. Innovative tools such as Field Analyzer and Difference Maps help customers gain insight into their operations for improved decision-making to increase yields, optimize costs, and manage risk.The Operations Center will continue to evolve with new and improved tools with the customer’s needs in mind. The overall goal is increased productivity and efficiency for the entire farm operation.Some of the many current tools on the Operations Center are Field Analyzer, online Documentation Analysis and Reporting tool, and Data Sharing, with additional tools added frequently.
“The big thing for us is becoming the one-stop shop for farmers needs. I think having all the information in one place where producers are going to be given tools that will let them make decisions is what we’ve been missing within the precision ag industry,” says Shannon Norwood Integrated Solutions Manager with TriGreen Solutions, Huntsville, Alabama.
You can listen to Chuck’s interview with Shannon here: [wpaudio url=”http://www.zimmcomm.biz/johndeere/jd-product-14-norwood.mp3″ text=”Interview with Shannon Norwood, TriGreen Solutions”]
Jamie Blythe of Blythe Cotton Company, handles the day to day management of a 3500 acre farm in NorthWest Alabama. Talking to Chuck about the MyJohnDeere Operations Center, Blythe said having a tremendous scope of data helps her make money on the farm and has streamlined their entire operation. She goes on to say that she learns something new every day that helps her keep her farming operation viable.
You can listen to Chuck’s interview with Jamie here: [wpaudio url=”http://www.zimmcomm.biz/johndeere/jd-product-14-blythe.mp3″ text=”Interview with Jamie Blyth, Blythe Cotton Co.”]